Girls at Islamic school banned from running over virginity fears: report


Twila
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Jeepers Creepers, the stupidity is spreading...

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The principal of an Islamic school in Melbourne's west has allegedly banned girls from running in sporting events out of concerns it may cause them to lose their virginity.

Female students at Al-Taqwa College, in Truganina, were also barred from playing soccer as a sports injury could make them infertile, Fairfax has reported.

The school's regulator, the Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority, is reportedly investigating the claims levelled at principal Omar Hallak, who earlier this year courted controversy when he suggested Islamic State was supported by western countries.

In a letter sent to education ministers and published by The Age, a former teacher at the college said:

"The principal holds beliefs that if females run excessively, they may lose their virginity.

"The principal believes that there is scientific evidence to indicate that if girls injure themselves, such as break their leg while playing soccer, it could render them infertile."

The teacher claimed Mr Hallak stopped the female cross country team from participating in a 2013 and 2014 district event, Fairfax reports.

The girls had been training hard for the competition when Mr Hallak realised they were set to compete and cancelled it.

The girls were reportedly distraught by Mr Hallak's intervention and penned hand written letters of complaint in which they expressed their disappointment.

"It was really shocking to find out it had been cancelled because the excuse girls can't run," one student wrote.

The teacher claimed she had worked at another school where both boys and girls had equally been encouraged to take part in sporting activities.

"I look back on my time at Al-Taqwa with frustration and anger, which is how I felt most of the time while I was working there," she said in the letter.

"I did my best to stay committed to the students however in the end, I was unable to provide the same opportunities to students that I was given when I was at a primary school, more than 20 years ago.

"It was really shocking to find out it had been cancelled because the excuse girls can't run," one student said in her complaint to the principal."

Education minister James Merlino has told 3AW the reports are concerning and the Victorian Registration and Qualifications Authority is investigating.

"If true these are very concerning reports and I have asked the VRQA to investigate and report back to me," Mr Merlino has told 3AW on Thursday.

Mr Hallak courted controversy earlier this year when he reportedly told some students IS was backed by western countries as part of a plot to control Middle Eastern oil supplies.

Merlino labelled those comments 'reckless and dangerous'.

"They're reckless. They're dangerous and it leads to confusion in young people ... the best way to tackle radicalisation is through education of young people. The worst thing you can do is put reckless and dangerous ideas into their heads," he told reporters at the time.

https://au.news.yahoo.com/vic/a/2728...report/?cmp=st
 
Ludlow
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It may seem to be spreading, but maybe this blatant idiocy is more of an exposition. It's good we see this .
 
IdRatherBeSkiing
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I guess losing one's virginity while running depends on what one runs into. If one runs into a p-enis, I suppose loss of virginity is possible. There must be a lot of those at district track meets.
 
Machjo
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Compare the position of a woman's ovaries protected deep within her uterus to a man's testicles in his scrotum dangling exposed to the elements under the *****.

If the argument is concern for reproductive organs, how much more should men not be allowed to participate in risky sports activity.

As for the question of virginity, I'm sorry but a hymen turn while playing sports does not count as a loss of chastity. And how likely is a person likely to lose her virginity playing sports: 1:1,000,000,000,000?

P e n i s is sensored?
 
IdRatherBeSkiing
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Quote: Originally Posted by Machjo View Post

Compare the position of a woman's ovaries protected deep within her uterus to a man's testicles in his scrotum dangling exposed to the elements under the *****.

If the argument is concern for reproductive organs, how much more should men not be allowed to participate in risky sports activity.

As for the question of virginity, I'm sorry but a hymen turn while playing sports does not count as a loss of chastity. And how likely is a person likely to lose her virginity playing sports: 1:1,000,000,000,000?

P e n i s is sensored?

The real issue is that the religion values their women only as whether they have intact hymens.

And yes, this board sensors all words that could corrupt our minds.
 
AnnaG
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Oh, FFS!
I think it is entirely possible that besides H. neanderthalensis genes existing in some H Sapiens, there are also H. floresiensis and H. erectus still floating around in the gene pool.
Unfreakinreal
 
Ludlow
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You have to be able to spot the overbrow.lol
 
AnnaG
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Quote: Originally Posted by Machjo View Post

Compare the position of a woman's ovaries protected deep within her uterus to a man's testicles in his scrotum dangling exposed to the elements under the *****.

If the argument is concern for reproductive organs, how much more should men not be allowed to participate in risky sports activity.

As for the question of virginity, I'm sorry but a hymen turn while playing sports does not count as a loss of chastity. And how likely is a person likely to lose her virginity playing sports: 1:1,000,000,000,000?

P e n i s is sensored?

Yup, yup, yup, and yup.
 
PoliticalNick
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It is possible for athletics to have an effect. I lost my virginity while climbing.


Well, ok, I wasn't actually rock climbing, I was climbing in her bedroom window.
 
Twila
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Quote: Originally Posted by PoliticalNick View Post

It is possible for athletics to have an effect. I lost my virginity while climbing.

if you're not having atheletic inspired sex, you're not having good sex. lol
 
Corduroy
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Virginity doesn't exist and this is proof it doesn't exist. If virginity is a physical state of never having had sex, you can't lose it by engaging in activities that aren't sex. Thinking that you can shows that virginity is imaginary.
 
damngrumpy
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Sometimes I wonder if those in professional positions making such comments
realize how stupid they look and they cast a idiocy mark on the concept of their
faith. Not just Muslims. We have preachers and politicians of the Christian
faith going about trying to heal gays and make them whole by preaching and faith.
Yup equal stupidity grades handed out here
 
AnnaG
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Quote: Originally Posted by Corduroy View Post

Virginity doesn't exist and this is proof it doesn't exist. If virginity is a physical state of never having had sex, you can't lose it by engaging in activities that aren't sex. Thinking that you can shows that virginity is imaginary.

Logic and reason do not exist .......
well, at least not in that school in Melbourne.
 
Corduroy
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A lot of reasonable people think virginity exists.
 
lone wolf
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Leave these folk devolve long enough and they'll be back to swinging in trees....
 
AnnaG
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Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolf View Post

Leave these folk devolve long enough and they'll be back to swinging in trees....

Those would be the australopithecus; a separate branch of hominid different from homo (who motored around on land).
 
Mowich
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Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolf View Post

Leave these folk devolve long enough and they'll be back to swinging in trees....

Unfortunately it won't be soon enough for those poor girls who trained hard to compete and were grounded because of some religious lunatic.
 
taxslave
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Quote: Originally Posted by Machjo View Post

Compare the position of a woman's ovaries protected deep within her uterus to a man's testicles in his scrotum dangling exposed to the elements under the *****.

If the argument is concern for reproductive organs, how much more should men not be allowed to participate in risky sports activity.

As for the question of virginity, I'm sorry but a hymen turn while playing sports does not count as a loss of chastity. And how likely is a person likely to lose her virginity playing sports: 1:1,000,000,000,000?

P e n i s is sensored?

Lots of medical terms are censored here. Even many that are not. try the short form of Richard.
 
PoliticalNick
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Quote: Originally Posted by Corduroy View Post

Virginity doesn't exist and this is proof it doesn't exist. If virginity is a physical state of never having had sex, you can't lose it by engaging in activities that aren't sex. Thinking that you can shows that virginity is imaginary.

I imagine she is a virgin all the time.
 
davesmom
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Islam is a weird religion that is incompatible with Western society. It is still back in the 6th century.
 
Jinentonix
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Quote: Originally Posted by Corduroy View Post

Virginity doesn't exist and this is proof it doesn't exist. If virginity is a physical state of never having had sex, you can't lose it by engaging in activities that aren't sex. Thinking that you can shows that virginity is imaginary.

No, what it shows is a culture that did much to advance science has, in part, de-evolved to the point where they've become caricatures of themselves.
 
taxslave
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This must be only for the ugly girls. Most of the rest are forced to marry old men and reproduce often before this even becomes an issue.